Stokley Says Offense Could Have Played Much Better In Charlotte

November 13, 2012 12:59 AM

Stokley Says Offense Could Have Played Much Better In Charlotte
" DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos are rolling right now and wide receiver Brandon Stokley says the team needs to keep a level head amid the success. Even though the Broncos handled the Carolina Panthers, he says the offense could have played much better.

“If you look at it, defense and special teams played great, but offensively we feel like they outplayed us,” Stokley said on Xfinity Monday Live!

The offense definitely sputtered on third downs against the Panthers — something they hadn’t done the previous three games.

But it’s nice to know that when one area of the team may be struggling, the others can pick them up.

“That’s what it all about. If you want to make it to the playoffs and make it to the Super Bowl, you have to have a team,” he said. “That’s what we’re working towards and hopefully we’ll continue to improve and every week get better and better.”

Broncos head coach John Fox formerly was the head coach for the Panthers. He played down his return to Charlotte, but the players wanted to make sure they got him a win "

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